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Monday, December 27, 2010

Crocheted Afghans for Faith Mission

crocheted tangerine lapghanLovely tangerine crocheted afghan from Mary in Ohio. I love the design. Mary, what pattern did you use? This afghan is suitable both in color and size for a female adult lapghan and or a sweet little girl. It is quite pretty and will keep either warm and cozy.
crochet yellow afghanThis second yellow crocheted afghan is also suitable both in size, color, and style for a little girl or a female adult for a blanket or a lapghan. Many thanks Mary in Ohio for your thoughtful donation. Those mothers and children at Faith Mission that we're working to warm will love these. Again...asking what pattern did you use, this is lovely.

2010
Scarves 339
Hats 592
Mittens 151
Socks 101
Slippers 34
Ghans
8+2=10
Squares
168

Please remember all donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated, and all donations keep someone warm. We help, one stitch at a time. It truly DOES make a difference. THANK YOU!

8 comments:

  1. Lovely work - what a generous gift of love!

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  2. I couldn't agree more Doris, lovely all the way around. Thanks

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  3. Those are lovely patterns. So thankful for the people that give to your wonderful ministry.

    As much as I love the snow, and detest the heat, my thoughts always go to those who live out in it when those first flakes arrive. We are so blessed.

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  4. I could be wrong, but the yellow looks like Lacy Blocks from Quick and Cozy Afghans book to me. I made it once in pink. Beautifully done.

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  5. Beautiful work for a wonderful cause!

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  6. Thanks Lily, Rebecca and Sandie. I so agree it is lovely...oophs they are lovely. Thanks for the visits.

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  7. Hi Sandy. I crochet for charity as well. Currently I crochet for Hugs4HomelessAnimals (The Snuggles Project) and also Do Not Be Afraid I am Here Bears.
    Guess what? I live in Ohio too and from the sounds of things, not very far. I live on the NW side.

    I have 2 preemie crocheted hats done in my stash. I do have lots of leftover yarn, and I will do what I can to crochet up some squares, etc. So happy I found you!

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  8. Hi Mimi, thrilled you found us. Cool that we're neighbors so to speak. Just sent you an email when I realized I was responding to your blog comment, so no doubt it's out there in cyber space. I'll swing by your blog to see if we connect.

    Sandy

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